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Reviewed September 26, 2009

Good hotel in Moscow.
This was a standard holiday inn hotel, that we booked with an online travel agent which was cheaper than on the hotel's webpage.
We arrived around 7am and we were given a room, which was very helpful.
Room had a good size, with all typical amenities.
We did not had breakfast at the hotel but we had dinner one night.
Unfortunately there are not many restaurants around the hotel.
The hotel is about 35' walk to the Kremlin, so I guess in Moscow that's central.
If you take the metro, it's a 5' walk to the station "bieloruskaya" and then 3 stops to the Kremlin.

Date of stay: September 2009
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1  Thank LWGVA
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Reviewed May 8, 2009

The Holiday Inn Lesnaya was a pleasant surprise throughout my 3 night stay. Despite its location being a bit out of the city, the hotel itself was a pleasant refuge and conveniently located to the nearest metro station. Staff were consistently pleasant and helpful, rooms well maintained and clean with all necessary amenities. Moscow is highly priced, however the H.I (L) was comparatively reasonable, and entirely suitable for a single traveller.

Date of stay: January 2009
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Reviewed January 12, 2009

I have stayed twice at this Holiday Inn and can't seem to be able to go elsewhere because that's where my company sends all its people (I know it's pathetic).

I understand that for $500-600, this is what you get in Moscow. But travelling mostly in South East Asia for business, I can't help but benchmark against what $500 would get you in this part of the world (and in most parts of the world)...

That's probably why I feel cheated every time I check out and have to pay that kind of rate for such a lousy room and poor service.

Date of stay: April 2008
  • Trip type: Traveled on business
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2  Thank Journey1606
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Reviewed November 30, 2008

This hotel is a standard Holiday Inn. Being in Moscow it is very expensive with a normal room costing 12,000 RUR plus taxes ( nearly $600 at the October exchange rates ). Had the cost been a third of this I would have thought it was value for money but it was the cheapest hotel I was offered !

The room was basic but comfortable and warm, especially as it was very cold outside. The windows opened if you wanted some fresh air, and the room had tea/coffee making facilities, minibar and hairdryer. An iron was only available on request from reception. Smoking rooms were available

I had heard of long delays in checking in at hotels in Russia, and passports being held overnight. However, I was checked in very quickly and my passport immediately returned after a photocopy had been taken. The whole process took less than 5 minutes.

Breakfast was also very expensive but the food was very good. The lobby and entrance was a bit tatty, but the adjoining bar looked inviting.

The hotel is a short walk to the nearest metro/train station ( Belarussky ) and there are many bars and restaurants nearby. Red Square/Kremlin are about an hour walk away or a couple of stops on the metro.

Traffic in Moscow is a major problem. My taxi from Domodedovo took nearly 3 hours in the rush hour, with the last couple of miles around the Kremlin taking nearly 2 hours, not helped by some appalling phasing of the traffic lights which ensure maximum queing and waiting time. Going back to the airport in early afternoon took 75 minutes. Taxi drivers are generally mad and dangerous !

If I have to go back to Moscow I would be very happy to return to the Holiday Inn, but only if someone else was paying !

Date of stay: October 2008
  • Trip type: Traveled on business
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3  Thank Penelope Helen H
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Reviewed November 6, 2008

After much research this seemed to be the best value hotel in Moscow which was relatively well located. Although the hotel is 3km from Red Square, it is a relatively simple walk and a great way to see the city. Exit the nearest tube to the hotel off Line 5 and you are about a 200 metre walk from the hotel. From Domodov... airport, catch the aeroexpress to Pavletski station, which is on the tube line and a few stops later you are at the hotel. Moscow tube is easy to use, but do yourself a favour and learn the cyrillic alpahabet it really helps. Hotel rooms are big and the staff all speak good english. Didn't eat breakfast at the hotel as it is very expensive. Lots of places to stop for a quick snack in the morning, so get out there and explore instead of eating and drinking in the hotel. Hotel is a bit impersonable as it is geared towards business travelers, but you don't want to sit in your hotel anyway. If you are confident to use the metro in Moscow, this hotel is good value in Moscow terms and is a good resting place. Moscow is a great city, enjoy it and don't be frightened by all the scary talk......

Date of stay: September 2008
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1  Thank BDBUnitedKingdom
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